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decalrus - Protective Decal Skin Sticker for Dell G3 3579 (15.6"

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decalrus - Protective Decal Skin Sticker for Dell G3 3579 (15.6"

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This skin set for the Dell G3 3579 (15.6" Screen) includes (1) front piece, (1) keyboard, amp; (1) set of strips to cover the top amp; bottom of the LCD Frame, as shown. Outer bottom, side panels amp; screen protector are not included. COMPATIBLE DEVICE: This skin ONLY fits the Dell G3 3579 (15.6" Screen). If you are unsure if this is your device model, please refer to the "IDENTIFY" image to ensure a correct fit. Our skins are produced using high resolution digital printing. The skins' images are protected with a clear, protective layer for extra durability. To prevent skins from lifting up with time, the skins will NOT fit edge to edge, leaving a small margin uncovered. Skins will NOT include a cutout for: manufacturer's logo, light indicators, etc. unless otherwise shown. If you have any questions about the product, please send us an email before purchasing. Application of our product will forfeit your right to a refund. **PLEASE REVIEW OUR POLICY INCLUDED WITH YOUR PACKAGE BEFORE APPLYING THE PRODUCT FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION**

decalrus - Protective Decal Skin Sticker for Dell G3 3579 (15.6"

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